All employees in the additional workforce are non-collective bargaining employees and are classified as follows: A full-time postmaster must work 40 hours per week. Usually, this regular work schedule is set at 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, Monday to Friday. If an unen loaded postmaster has to work on the sixth day because no relief is available, a bonus of 150% of the postmaster`s basic salary is paid for that period. An equivalent exemption from work is not entitled to avoid payment of this premium. For example, an unpaid debt restructuring premium or, if necessary, the best postal overtime or FLSA is paid. Except in collective agreements for bargaining unit employees or in emergency situations determined by the Postmaster General (or the Commissioner), employees may not be required to work more than 12 hours on 1 day of service. In addition, total hours of daily service, including scheduled hours of work, overtime and meal times, may not be extended for a period exceeding 12 consecutive hours. Exempt postal workers and agents are exempt from these provisions. The basic working week for full-time employees is set by the collective agreements in force. Exempt postal workers and employees are assigned as needed. Otherwise, the basic full-time work week consists of 5 days of 8 hours regularly scheduled during a service week. Workers in the transitional workforce are self-employed auxiliaries, classified as transitional agents (TEs) and who are employed under the terms of their respective collective agreements. These are hourly staff who are recruited under the conditions laid down in the corresponding national collective agreement.
* Casual workers are covered by SR-E, regardless of the bargaining unit that complements them. Appendix 432.62 indicates, according to the tariff nomenclature code and the personnel classifications, the persons who are not T`s and who are entitled to remuneration for the guaranteed time. TEs benefit from a guaranteed time under their union`s collective agreement. If an employee is entitled to more than one guaranteed time, the guarantee is valid for the highest number of hours. For example, if an employee is entitled to a guaranteed salary of 2 or 4 hours, the guaranteed payment of 4 hours applies. Employees are not entitled to guaranteed time while they are not temporarily transferred to demining stations. Guaranteed time is paid time that is not worked in accordance with the guaranteed provisions of collective agreements for periods during which a worker has been dismissed by the supervisor and has been exhausted before the end of a guaranteed period. For example, most full-time employees in bargaining units will be guaranteed 8 hours of work (or replacement pay) if they are required to work on the off-hours business day. . . .